Alopecia Areata Multilocularis.
Alopecia Multilocularis is the next stage after Alopecia Monolocularis. This sequence would be seen as a spread of the initial phase from one bald spot or patch, the condition worsens to multiple spots around the scalp or any other part of the body.
Alopecia Multilocularis would develop numerous spots with different sizes. It can range from the size of dime to as big as an adult’s palm. However the sizes of the spots may vary from one another. Sometimes the spots can be so close to each other that the bald spots can merge to becoming one large spot.
This advancement may happen from as short as a month to a year depending on the severity of this autoimmune disorder. It also depends if any treatment is being administered on the initial spot. The spread however remains unexplained similar to the reason as to what triggers the disease. The beginning and spread of Alopecia Areata has been a complex process especially with the patient being in perfect health condition.
Observation has shown that patients who have left the spot untreated are more likely to advance to Alopecia Multiclocularis compared to a patient who had been administered with a treatment. In fact most patients that are undergoing treated have managed to contain the problem at Alopecia Monolocularis stage and sometimes recovered.
There are a number of recorded cases when Alopecia Areata starts form multiple spotswith two or more spots appearing without experiencing Alopecia Monolocularis. As such there is no conclusive pattern that can be associated with this disease. In fact a small percentage of patients are totally overwhelmed with the most severe variants like Alopecia Totalis and sometimes even Alopecia Universalis.
There are a number of recorded cases when Alopecia Areata starts form multiple spots with two or more spots appearing without experiencing Alopecia Monolocularis. As such there is no conclusive pattern that can be associated with this disease. In fact a small percentage of patients are totally overwhelmed with the most severe variants like Alopecia Totalis and sometimes even Alopecia Universalis.
Treatment administered on patients with Alopecia Multilocularis has shown slower efficts than those with Alopecia Monolacularis. However the possibilities of improvement are brighter than the later stages. Similar to other medical conditions an early treatment is still considered the best recovery plan. As soon as a proper diagnostics has been carried, it is recommended that treatment plan is carried out immediately.
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